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William R. Hinckley, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

Emergency Medicine | College of Medicine

  • Residency: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Emergency Medicine)
  • Medical Degree: Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Bachelor's Degree: Indiana University (Kinesiology)
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Emergency Medicine (Emergency Medical Services) (Certification Date: 2015-12-23)
American Board of Emergency Medicine (Certification Date: 2005-05-25) - (Recertification Date: 2016-01-01)


Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Clinical Interests

Emergency Medicine

Peer Reviewed Publications

Boudreau, Ryan M; Deshpande, Keshav K; Day, Gregory M; Hinckley, William R; Harger, Nicole; Pritts, Timothy A; Makley, Amy T; Goodman, Michael D 2019. Prehospital Tranexamic Acid Administration During Aeromedical Transport After Injury. The Journal of surgical research, 233 , 132-138

Powell, Elizabeth K; Hinckley, William R; Gottula, Adam; Hart, Kimberly W; Lindsell, Christopher J; McMullan, Jason T 2016. Shorter times to packed red blood cell transfusion are associated with decreased risk of death in traumatically injured patients. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, 81 3, 458-62

Wright, Stewart W; Lindsell, Christopher J; Hinckley, William R; Williams, Annette; Holland, Carolyn; Lewis, Christopher H; Heimburger, Gail 2006. High fidelity medical simulation in the difficult environment of a helicopter: feasibility, self-efficacy and cost. BMC medical education, 6 , 49

Collins, Sean P; Hinckley, William R; Storrow, Alan B 2005. Critical review and recommendations for nesiritide use in the emergency department. The Journal of emergency medicine, 29 3, 317-29

Knight, William A; Gunderman, Matthew; Hinckley, William R . Critical burn patient with an unknown neuromuscular disease: conclusion. Air medical journal, 27 4, 160-6

Knight, William A; Gunderman, Matthew; Hinckley, William R . Critical burn patient with an unknown neuromuscular disease. Air medical journal, 27 3, 114-5

Lubbers, Walter C; Hinckley, William R . Therapeutic hypothermia, automated chest compressions, and death notification. Air medical journal, 33 2, 61-3

Powell, Elizabeth K; Hinckley, William R; Stolz, Uwe; Golden, Andrew J; Ventura, Amanda; McMullan, Jason T . Predictors of Definitive Airway Sans Hypoxia/Hypotension on First Attempt (DASH-1A) Success in Traumatically Injured Patients Undergoing Prehospital Intubation. Prehospital emergency care : official journal of the National Association of EMS Physicians and the National Association of State EMS Directors, 24 4, 470-477

Powell, Elizabeth; Hinckley, William R . Helicopter emergency medical service utilization for scene trauma: an evidence-based guideline. Air medical journal, 33 3, 99-101

Schneider, Michael A; McMullan, Jason T; Lindsell, Christopher J; Hart, Kimberly W; Deimling, Diana; Jump, Debra; Davis, Todd; Hinckley, William R . Reducing Door-in Door-out Intervals in Helicopter ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction Interhospital Transfers. Air medical journal, 36 5, 244-247

Smith, Kurt; Deimling, Diana L; Hinckley, William R . Transporting the pregnant patient in shock: case report and review. Air medical journal, 28 1, 37-9